Vital Leeds United looks at how the on loan players have done over the weekend`s games with their respective loan clubs.
We start in the championship where Maik Taylor, who failed to make one first team appearances for Leeds earlier this season, continues to earn rave reviews at Millwall.
The veteran keeper came into the game on the back of a man of the match performance at Coventry last midweek, when he saved a penalty in a 1-0 win at Coventry.
Taylor kept his sixth clean sheet in nine games since joining Millwall in March as they won 3-0 at Ipswich Town on Saturday.
Former Leeds loan striker Andy Keogh was on target twice for Millwall.
Lloyd Sam was a second half substitute for Notts County in their 4-2 home defeat to Bury, a result that sees them drop out of the play-off places.
Sam was a doubt before the game with a hip injury and came off the bench for the start of the second half with them 1-0 down at the break.
The winger was booked during the game as another former Leeds man, Mike Grella netted twice for Bury to secure their safety in League One.
Despite extending his loan at Leyton Orient at the start of April, goalkeeper Paul Rachubka once again played no part in the sides 2-2 draw at home against Yeovil Town.
Rachubka has now been left out of their last four games with Jamie Jones replacing him in the side.
Youngster Sanchez Payne came off the bench for Buxton in their final league game of the season against Whitby Town
Whitby brought to an end a run of five straight victories for Buxton with a 1-0 win, which ensured their safety in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier Division.
Payne has made one start and six substitute appearances from the eleven games played by Buxton since his arrival in March.
Buxton have enjoyed a good run since his arrival. They have won eight of their eleven games to move away from the relegation zone and finish the season in thirteenth place.
Payne could enjoy cup success on Wednesday night. Buxton take on Derby County in the Derbyshire County FA Senior Challenge Cup, which is taking place at Chesterfield FC.
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